ENI, the Italian energy company, set the bar very high with this docu-short that talks about five humanitarian projects in Mozambique. Through very thoughtful interviews and stunning cinematography, the 14-minute video equals any documentary you would see on National Geographic or BBC.
It takes viewers through a journey through some of the country’s most inaccessible towns, bringing to life the very personable stories of five villagers. It uses a Before/After narration style, subtly telling the viewers that how the lives of these people were totally transformed via access to (ENI’s) health, education, employment, and energy services.
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